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Global VC Blog Directory – Ranked By # of Google Reader Subscribers (Sept 2009)

Posted in Technology, Venture Capital by larrycheng on September 8, 2009

This is an old version of the VC Blog Directory.  Click Here for the updated Q409 version:

Global Venture Capital (VC) Blog Directory – Ranked By Monthly Uniques (Q409)

The Global VC Blog Directory (# of Subs)

  1. Guy Kawasaki, Garage Technology Ventures, How To Change The World (24,356)
  2. Fred Wilson, Union Square Ventures, A VC (21,881)
  3. Paul Graham, YCombinator, Paul Graham: Essays (16,721)
  4. Bill Gurley, Benchmark Capital, Above The Crowd (8,897)
  5. David Hornik, August Capital, VentureBlog (8,037)
  6. Brad Feld, Foundry Group, Feld Thoughts (7,543)
  7. Marc Andreesen, TBD, Blog.pmarca.com (5,727)
  8. Ed Sim, Dawntreader Ventures, Beyond VC (4,162)
  9. Josh Kopelman, First Round Capital, Redeye VC (4,071)
  10. Jeremy Liew, Lightspeed Ventures Partners, LSVP (3,512)
  11. Seth Levine, Foundry Group, VC Adventure (1,569)
  12. David Cowan, Bessemer Venture Partners, Who Has Time For This? (1,526)
  13. Christopher Allen, Alacrity Ventures, Life With Alacrity (1,419)
  14. Dave McClure, Founders Fund, Master of 500 Hats (1,417)
  15. Multiple Authors, Union Square Ventures, Union Square Ventures Blog (1,365)
  16. Peter Rip, Crosslink Capital, EarlyStageVC (1,107)
  17. Rick Segal, JLA Ventures, The Post Money Value (1,043)
  18. Mike Hirshland, Polaris Venture Partners, VC Mike’s Blog (1,038)
  19. Jeff Bussgang, Flybridge Capital Partners, Seeing Both Sides (1,018)
  20. Mendelson/Feld, Foundry Group, Ask The VC (1,017)
  21. Tim Oren, Pacifica Fund, Due Diligence (924)
  22. Jeff Clavier, SoftTech VC, Software Only (878)
  23. Mike Speiser, SutterHill Ventures, Laserlike (869)
  24. Matt McCall, DFJ Portage Venture Partners, VC Confidential (661)
  25. Stu Phillips, Ridgelift Ventures, Soaring on Ridgelift (597)
  26. Eric Friedman, Union Square Ventures, Marketing.fm (572)
  27. Jason Caplain, Southern Capitol Ventures, Southeast VC (531)
  28. Jason Mendelson, Foundry Group, Mendelson’s Musings (522)
  29. Nic Brisbourne, Esprit Capital Partners, The Equity Kicker (517)
  30. Scott Maxwell, Openview Venture Partners, Now What? (483)
  31. Albert Wenger, Union Square Ventures, Continuations (477)
  32. Ryan McIntyre, Foundry Group, McInblog (463)
  33. Larry Cheng, Fidelity Ventures, Thinking About Thinking (433)
  34. David Beisel, Venrock Associates, GenuineVC (429)
  35. Raj Kapoor, Mayfield Fund, The VC In Me (415)
  36. Will Price, Hummer Winblad, Will Price (412)
  37. Howard Morgan, First Round Capital, Way Too Early (401)
  38. Dan Grossman, Venrock Associates, A Venture Forth (365)
  39. Mark Suster, GRP Partners, Both Sides of the Table (355)
  40. Christine Herron, First Round Capital, Christine.net (354)
  41. Baris Karadogan, Com Ventures, From Istanbul to Sand Hill Road (349)
  42. Fred Destin, Atlas Venture, Fred Destin’s Blog (343)
  43. Rob Day, @Ventures, Cleantech Investing (323)
  44. David Feinleib, Mohr Davidow Ventures, Tech, Startups, Capital, Ideas. (319)
  45. Saul Klein, Index Ventures, LocalGlo.be (315)
  46. Vineet Buch, BlueRun Ventures, Venture Explorer (313)
  47. Ouriel Ohayon, Lightspeed Gemini Internet Lab, MYBLOG by Ouriel (307)
  48. Bijan Sabet, Spark Capital, Bijan Sabet (296)
  49. Steve Jurvetson, DFJ, The J-Curve (274)
  50. Philippe Botteri, Bessemer Venture Partners, Cracking the Code (263)
  51. Andrew Parker, Union Square Ventures, The Gong Show (257)
  52. Mark Peter Davis, DFJ Gotham Ventures, Venture Made Transparent (237)
  53. Rob Finn, Edison Venture, Ventureblogalist (236)
  54. Marc Goldberg, Occam Capital, Occam’s Razor (233)
  55. Allen Morgan, Mayfield Fund, Allen’s Blog (231)
  56. James Chen, CXO Ventures, PureVC (228)
  57. Daniel Cohen, Gemini Israel Funds, Israel Venture Capital 2.0 (223)
  58. David Aronoff, Flybridge Capital Partners, Diary of a Geek VC (222)
  59. Max Bleyleben, Kennet Partners, Technofile Europe (219)
  60. Jason Ball, Qualcomm Ventures Europe, TechBytes (213)
  61. Jeremy Levine, Bessemer Venture Partners, Nothing Venture, Nothing Gained (210)
  62. Rob Hayes, First Round Capital, Permanent Record (206)
  63. Michael Eisenberg, Benchmark Capital, Six Kids and a Full Time Job (194)
  64. Pascal Levensohn, Levensohn Venture Partners, pascalsview (193)
  65. Chris Fralic, First Round Capital, Nothing To Say (187)
  66. Sagi Rubin, Virgin Green Fund, The Grass is Greener (182)
  67. Richard Dale, Sigma Partners, Venture Cyclist (176)
  68. Steve Brotman, Silicon Alley Venture Partners, VC Ball (167)
  69. Dan Rua, Inflexion Partners, Florida Venture Blog (160)
  70. Paul Fisher, Advent Venture Partners, The Coffee Shops of Mayfair (159)
  71. John Ludwig, Ignition Partners, A Little Ludwig Goes A Long Way (157)
  72. Sarah Tavel, Bessemer Venture Partners, Adventurista (156)
  73. Martin Tobias, Ignition Partners, Deep Green Crystals (152)
  74. Stewart Alsop, Alsop-Louie Partners, Alsop-Louie Partners (150)
  75. Rob Go, Spark Capital, Rob Go Blog (148)
  76. Matt Winn, Chrysalis Ventures, Punctuative! (148)
  77. Ho Name, Altos Ventures, Altos Ventures Musings (147)
  78. George Zachary, Charles River Ventures, Sense and Cents (145)
  79. Jacob Ner-David, Jerusalem Capital, VC In Jerusalem (144)
  80. Kent Goldman, First Round Capital, The Cornice (144)
  81. Satya Patel, Battery Ventures, Venture Generated Content (140)
  82. Ed Mlavsky, Gemini Israel Funds, GOLB: Is This Israel? (139)
  83. Michael Greeley, Flybridge Capital Partners, On The Flying Bridge (138)
  84. Rich Tong, Ignition Partners, Tongfamily (136)
  85. Sid Mohasseb, Tech Coast Angels, Sid Mohasseb (133)
  86. Rachel Strate, EPIC Ventures, Wasatch Girl (129)
  87. Marc Averitt, Okapi Venture Capital, OC VC (128)
  88. Peter Lee, Baroda Ventures, Seeing Eye To Eye (128)
  89. Mo Koyfman, Spark Capital, Mo Koyfman (127)
  90. Justin Label, Bessemer Venture Partners, Venture Again (126)
  91. Ted Driscoll, Claremont Creek Ventures, Evolving VC (126)
  92. Adam Fisher, Bessemer Venture Partners, Savants in the Levant (124)
  93. Gregoire Aladjidi, Techfund Europe, Investing In What’s Next (123)
  94. Todd Dagres, Spark Capital, Todd Dagres Tumblelog (123)
  95. Multiple Authors, Foundry Group, Foundry Group (121)
  96. Santo Politi, Spark Capital, This and That (121)
  97. Multiple Authors, True Ventures, Early Stage Capital (120)
  98. Lee Hower, Point Judith Capital, Venturesome (118)
  99. Robert Goldberg, Ridgelift Ventures, Tahoe VC (117)
  100. Multiple Authors, Highway 12 Ventures, Highway 12 Ventures Group (109)
  101. John Abraham, Arrowpoint Ventures, JMA’s Views On Everything (105)
  102. David Dufresne, Desjardins Venture Capital, Dav-Generated Content (101)
  103. Brad Burnham, Union Square Ventures, Unfinished Work (100)
  104. Charles Curran, Valhalla Partners, VC Blog (99)
  105. Brian Hirsch, Greenhill SAVP, New York VC (99)
  106. Max Niederhofer, Atlas Venture, Life In The J Curve, baby (97)
  107. Multiple Authors, Brightspark Ventures, Let the Sparks Fly! (97)
  108. Jon Seeber, Updata Partners, Jon’s Ventures (96)
  109. Todd Klein, Legend Ventures, Media VC (96)
  110. Adi Pundak-Mintz, Gemini Israel Funds, Adisababa’s Weblog (95)
  111. Don Rainey, Grotech Ventures, VC in DC (94)
  112. Art Marks, Valhalla Partners, Entrepreneurial Quest (90)
  113. Multiple Authors, Founders Fund, Founders Fund (90)
  114. Rob Schultz, IllinoisVENTURES, Go Big or Go Home (88)
  115. Allan Veeck, Pittsburgh Ventures, Pittsburgh Ventures (87)
  116. Greg Foster, Noro-Moseley Ventures, SouthernVC (83)
  117. Tony Tjan, Cue Ball Capital, Anthony Tjan (69)
  118. Cem Sertoglu, iLab Ventures, SortiPreneur (67)
  119. Ryan Spoon, Polaris Venture Partners, ryanspoon.com (67)
  120. Larry Marcus, Walden Venture Capital, Walden Venture Capital (32)
  121. Anupendra Sharma, Siemens Venture Capital, So Little Time, So Much… (25)
  122. Steve Jurvetson, DFJ, Uploads from Jurvetson (25)
  123. Jeff Joseph, Prescient Capital Partners, Venture Populist (21)
  124. Gil Dibner, Genesis Partners, TechTLV (18)
  125. Multiple Authors, Tech Capital Partners, Tech Capital Partners Blog (15)
  126. David B. Lerner, Columbia Seed Fund, David B. Lerner (12)
  127. Simon Olson, DFJ-Fir Capital, Venture Capital Thoughts and Reflections (11)
  128. Derek Pilling, Meritage Funds, Non-Linear VC (8)
  129. Josh Sookman, RBC Ventures, Ubiquitous Startups and the VC (6)
  130. Vishy Venugopalan, Longworth Venture Partners, Longworth Venture Partners Blog (2)
  131. Chip Hazard, Flybridge Capital Partners, Hazard Lights (new)

If you know of any other VC blogs, please put the URL in the comment field.  It will be included no later than the next quarterly update.

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  6. Gil Dibner said, on September 8, 2009 at 12:28 pm

    I’m covering the Israeli VC and tech scene at http://www.techtlv.com.

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  18. Daniel said, on September 8, 2009 at 1:28 pm

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  22. Richard Dale said, on September 8, 2009 at 3:05 pm

    A little self promotion: Venture Capitalist (in Boston) and cyclist … hence VentureCyclist. http://venturecyclist.blogspot.com

  23. William Rice said, on September 8, 2009 at 3:47 pm

    What about Tony Tjan of Cue Ball? http://blogs.harvardbusiness.org/tjan/

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  26. Derek Pilling said, on September 8, 2009 at 5:20 pm

    http://www.derekpilling.com

  27. Fred Tedman said, on September 8, 2009 at 6:35 pm

    Mark Suster’s Blog at http://www.bothsidesofthetable.com

    If Fred Wilson is talking about it, so should you.

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  30. David said, on September 9, 2009 at 2:21 am

    No Paul Kedrosky / Infectious Greed? I suppose he’s not an active VC these days, but his posts sure are relevant and, as of this comment, he has 5,116 Google readers.

    • larrycheng said, on September 9, 2009 at 10:07 pm

      David – I happen to love Paul’s blog. I’d recommend everyone read it who is interested in venture capital. But, since he’s not in VC these days, I tried to keep things clear. There are a lot of great ex-VC bloggers who aren’t on the list.

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  32. Tim said, on September 9, 2009 at 3:05 am

    http://www.davidblerner.com/david_b_lerner/

    David B. Lerner of NYC

  33. fred wilson said, on September 9, 2009 at 6:06 am

    paul graham needs to be on this list. at the top probably.

    http://www.paulgraham.com/articles.html

    • larrycheng said, on September 9, 2009 at 8:37 am

      Thanks Fred. I’m actually going to write a post today about your traction in the VC blogosphere. It’s quite impressive when you dig underneath the covers. It’s the one thing that stood out to me when I compared the May 2009 list to the Sept 2009 list.

  34. larrycheng said, on September 9, 2009 at 8:36 am

    Thanks everybody for the additional blogs. Super helpful. I will make an update to this list at the end of this week with all of the suggestions.

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  38. Dave McClure said, on September 9, 2009 at 2:04 pm

    hey, thanks for including me on your updated list larry :)

    (btw, i echo Fred’s comment… Paul should be in the top 3 certainly, possibly #1)

    • larrycheng said, on September 9, 2009 at 10:21 pm

      You’re right Dave – he is in the top 3. Revision coming in a bit.

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  43. Ana Paula said, on September 9, 2009 at 9:50 pm

    Simon Olson from DFJ FIR Capital in Brazil has a blog:

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    • larrycheng said, on September 9, 2009 at 11:30 pm

      Thanks for the recommendation Ana. Simon’s blog is now on the list.

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    #39 “Matt” Suster is actually Mark Suster :-)

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  50. Nico said, on September 13, 2009 at 6:35 am

    I would suggest also http://babblingvc.typepad.com/, by Paul Jozefak.

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  52. Daniel Cohen said, on September 14, 2009 at 4:31 pm

    Great list. I am listed at #57 (Daniel Cohen), but my firm name is wrong. I am a General Partner at Gemini Israel Funds. Will be great if you can update that.

    • larrycheng said, on September 17, 2009 at 9:13 pm

      I have updated it Daniel. Thanks for the correction.

  53. Chris Douvos said, on September 14, 2009 at 7:55 pm

    Dunno if my blog qualifies, but I’m an LP writing about PE/VC. Some of the posts are general observations on investing and human nature, while others focus on specific issues like this riff on VC arithmetic: http://bit.ly/hdiJv . Maybe too much meta-stuff and not enough (direct) practitioner perspective, but I thought I’d flag it. It’s either http://www.superLP.com or http://www.lp2dot0.com.

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  58. Ted said, on October 17, 2009 at 1:33 pm

    http://www.vc-brazil.com Focused on Brazil!

    • larrycheng said, on January 6, 2010 at 10:00 am

      Ted, VC Brazil will be included in the next edition of the blog directory coming out in a couple of weeks.

  59. Ed French said, on October 20, 2009 at 4:32 am

    http://techgain.net North of England early stage tech

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  61. Nivi said, on October 21, 2009 at 11:56 pm

    Hi Larry,

    This is a great list.

    Can you add Naval Ravikant? He runs a $20M+ seed stage fund called The Hit Forge and co-authors Venture Hacks which has 12K+ subscribers in Google Reader: http://venturehacks.com.

  62. Manu Kumar said, on November 3, 2009 at 2:05 am

    Great list Larry. I would like to introduce you to my blog at http://www.k9ventures.com/blog — relatively new, but focused on VC/startup-related content.

  63. bryce said, on November 4, 2009 at 1:39 am

    I’m a VC and have a tumbleblog (not sure if that counts) @ bryce.vc. New, but will be giving it more attention over the coming months.

  64. amanda peyton said, on November 5, 2009 at 12:41 pm

    Hey Larry – great list!

    Can you add the New Atlantic Ventures blog? They’re at http://navfund.com/blog and six members of the investment team contribute.

    • larrycheng said, on January 6, 2010 at 9:59 am

      Amanday, NAV’s blog will be added to the next edition coming out in a couple of weeks.

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    [...] This chart shows the Google Reader subscribers of 131 VC blogs (click it to zoom in). The underlying data is from Larry Cheng’s VC Blog Directory. [...]

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    С этой статьи начинаю читать Ваш блог. Плюс один подписчик :)

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  69. Vince Kitter said, on January 6, 2010 at 1:06 am

    You really need to add Adventure Capitalist to your VC blogroll, which is the blog of Citron Capital partner Jonathan Tower. It’s a great read. I have no idea the # of subscribers he has but his posts get picked up by the mainstream tech media all the time.

    URL: http://jonathantower.wordpress.com/

    • larrycheng said, on January 6, 2010 at 9:59 am

      Thanks Vince – Jonathan Tower’s blog will be included in the next edition – coming in a couple weeks.

  70. dpakman said, on January 6, 2010 at 9:39 am

    Well, for what it is worth, there is my blog…

    http://dpakman.wordpress.com

    David Pakman
    Partner
    Venrock

    • larrycheng said, on January 6, 2010 at 9:59 am

      Thanks David. Your blog will be included in the next edition which will come out in a couple weeks. Stay tuned…

  71. Jim Sullivan said, on January 6, 2010 at 11:26 am

    A late-stage VC, Charlie Kemper, http://www.kmf.net/blog

  72. Eric Ver Ploeg said, on January 6, 2010 at 5:08 pm

    Shameless self promote: http://verploeg.com/PocketWatch

    Early stage. Mobile focused.

  73. Jeff Bocan said, on January 6, 2010 at 6:17 pm

    Thanks for the fabulous list, Larry! I look forward to checking out more of these blogs.

    My relatively new and occasional blog on the Huffington Post is focused on innovation and economic revival of the Midwest, and as one would guess, venture capital.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jeff-bocan

    Thanks again,

    Jeff Bocan
    Managing Director
    Beringea

  74. Chris DeVore said, on January 8, 2010 at 8:28 pm

    Great list! – please consider my Founders’ Co-op partner (Andy Sack) and me for inclusion:
    http://asack.typepad.com
    http://crashdev.blogspot.com

    Cheers,
    Chris DeVore

  75. Michael said, on January 8, 2010 at 8:33 pm

    Don’t forget Boris Wertz of W Media Ventures. http://www.wmediaventures.com/blog/

  76. Valto said, on January 9, 2010 at 12:42 pm

    Very nicely done. Not sure if ours count http://www.growvc.com/blog

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  78. Cfederman said, on January 10, 2010 at 9:23 pm

    Another vc blog http://www.cosmicvc.com

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  80. Cem Sertoglu said, on January 11, 2010 at 11:25 am

    Larry, I am now with Golden Horn Ventures, not iLab. Blog URL remains the same.

    In addition, there’s a Golden Horn Ventures blog at http://goldenhornventures.typepad.com/

  81. Niall Devitt said, on January 11, 2010 at 2:00 pm

    Hi Larry, thanks for sharing. Great list and really useful resource. Cheers, Niall

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  83. Eileen Burbidge said, on January 12, 2010 at 7:10 am

    Hi Larry, Congrats wrt Volition! Re your list, it’s early days for me (and I hope to get much better/frequent!) but at least there are some nice debates with Fred Destin started here: http://catalyses.wordpress.com/ Thanks, Eileen!

  84. Erin Kerrigan said, on January 12, 2010 at 5:48 pm

    Becca Braun and Lynn-Ann Gries are two investors posting on IdeaExchange (http://blog.jumpstartinc.org/)

  85. [...] I decided to publish the 3rd version of the Global VC Blog Directory (v1: May 2009, v2: Sept 2009).  The past two versions have been based on Google Reader subscribers.  Some requests [...]

  86. [...] couple years. Each year he pulls together a list of the “top” VC bloggers. His past lists have been based upon RSS subscribers. And by that measure I have always fared very well. Last year [...]

  87. [...] regularly (including all five of the Flybridge general partners!). One blogroll puts the number at 129 VC bloggers. That’s 10-15 percent of the active VC population of [...]

  88. Amanda Maksymiw said, on February 26, 2010 at 3:43 pm

    Hi Larry,

    We have launched a new blog for OpenView Venture Partners. (http://blog.openviewpartners.com/blog/openview-venture-partners).

    Scott Maxwell is now continuing his “Now What” blog here: http://blog.openviewpartners.com/blog/now-what

    Thank you,
    Amanda Maksymiw

  89. KnollaInsobia said, on March 19, 2010 at 4:03 pm

    Когда много денег, как-то легче переносится, что не в них счастье…

  90. Deon Cate said, on March 28, 2010 at 5:51 pm

    Informative blog that you have. I came across a new one the other day. They look open for business, but very similar to linkedin.com with more of a social business directory look and feel. Nice clean interface though. It’s at SocialTerrain.com

  91. [...] to get off the ground. With open source software, a calendar full of networking events, and hundreds of VC bloggers providing free advice daily, starting a company has never been [...]

  92. Mike Weiss said, on May 4, 2010 at 5:19 pm

    This is amazing list thanks for post, Mike

  93. [...] 我们最近发表了《融资建议五大博客》的文章,今天我们这篇文章能让你直接财运滚滚:Larry Cheng给出了一份风险资金及风险公司博客排名前131的名单。这对于寻求建议的企业家而言简直是一份无价之宝。 [...]

  94. [...] Listenin tamamı için 1 dakika önce yazılmıştır. EtiCanlar: "RSS okuyucularda olması gereken 20 VC blogu" bu yazı 17 Ağustos 2010 tarihinde saat 05:28 sularında "Çeşitli" kategorisinde yayınlanmış olup "F-TuRK" tarafından yazıldığı sanılmaktadır..Ve sayaçların yaptığı açıklamaya göre kere okunduğu söylenmektedir..Ayrıca Henüz yorum yazılmamış bir konudur [...]

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  96. [...] the 4th edition of the Venture Capital Blog Directory (1st edition, 2nd edition, 3rd edition).  This directory includes 148 venture capital, microVC/seed, and growth equity [...]

  97. Sape said, on February 3, 2011 at 10:26 am

    Мда, Ларри Жги ище!

  98. hacer abdominales said, on April 28, 2011 at 6:49 am

    Awesome, but what about now, there is any list now? where can i get it?

    tx for the information you provide it!


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